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Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ mints over Rs 92.50 cr in three days

Aamir Khan's recently released 'PK' is gradually inching towards the Rs 100 cr mark as it collected almost Rs 37 cr on its third day.

Written by Sonal Gera , Edited by Sarika Sharma | New Delhi |
December 22, 2014 1:44:42 pm
Aamir Khan starrer 'PK' releases ‘PK’ is one of the very few films which have seen such a huge jump in collections from day one.

Aamir Khan’s recently released ‘PK’ is gradually inching towards the Rs 100 cr mark as it collected almost Rs 37 cr on its third day, summing up the collections to a whopping Rs 92.5 cr in just three days.

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Writer Milap Zaveri took to Twitter to share the information.

As Zaveri mentions, ‘PK’ is one of the very few films which have seen such a huge jump in collections from Day 1 (Day 1 – Rs 26 cr). The jump is mainly due to the humongous word of mouth.

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The movie had collected Rs 55 cr in first two days. On the first day, it earned about Rs 26 cr. The next day, it managed to mint Rs.29 crore.

‘PK’ is being liked by people in metropolitan cities and is likely to maintain steady figures in coming days too. It’s also expected that it might cross the Rs 100 cr mark today only.

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